ADP_EM: fast exhaustive multi-resolution docking for high-throughput coverage. Motivation: Efficient fitting tools are needed to take advantage of a fast growth of atomic models of protein domains from crystallography or comparative modeling, and low-resolution density maps of larger molecular assemblies. Here, we report a novel fitting algorithm for the exhaustive and fast overlay of partial high-resolution models into a low-resolution density map. The method incorporates a fast rotational search based on spherical harmonics (SH) combined with a simple translational scanning. Results: This novel combination makes it possible to accurately dock atomic structures into low-resolution electron-density maps in times ranging from seconds to a few minutes. The high-efficiency achieved with simulated and experimental test cases preserves the exhaustiveness needed in these heterogeneous-resolution merging tools. The results demonstrate its efficiency, robustness and high-throughput coverage. Availability:http://sbg.cib.csic.es/Software/ADP_EM
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- Garzón, José Ignacio; Kovacs, Julio; Abagyan, Ruben; Chacón, Pablo: Adp_em: Fast exhaustive multi-resolution docking for high-throughput coverage (2007)